|Where can I find 130mm bcd track rings?||Trevo|
Jul 2, 2003 10:32 AM
|I only find 144mm track specific rings. Iam looking for a larger sze ring for my 130mm DuraAce cranks. Anyone know where to find 130mm chainrings that accept a 1/8 chain?
How come I see chainrings that can accept both 3/32 and 1/8? Hows that work?
|Some BMX rings are 110 and 130||ss-nyc|
Jul 2, 2003 5:13 PM
|Some BMX rings are drilled for 110 and 130.
Check out this for BMX rimgs:
Harris Cyclery (Sheldon Brown) usually keeps 130s in stock:
|Thanks, already new about them.||Trevo|
Jul 2, 2003 10:23 PM
|Prolly gonna get one.
42x16 isent really making my legs work hard, so Iam gonna step it up a few teeth.
Something like that.
|re: Where can I find 130mm bcd track rings?||MShaw|
Jul 3, 2003 10:23 AM
|I was told that you shouldn't run 1/8" chains on 3/32" cogs, but you can on 3/32" chainrings. Then I was corrected by a trackie that does just that. Go figure.
My advice: stick with the road rings and the 1/8" chain.
If you're dead set on spending a lot of money that you don't really need to, try www.businesscycles.com for track stuff that you can't find anywhere else. If your LBS can order from EuroAsia, you can find a lot of track parts through them, but again, be prepared to pay.
|1/8 = 4/32 so...||ss-nyc|
Jul 3, 2003 5:01 PM
|I have heard and it seems to make sense that since 1/8 = 4/32 it is wider than 3/32 so....
- You can run a 1/8 chain on 3/32 chainrings and cogs.
- You CANNOT run a 3/32 chain on 1/8 chainrings and cogs.